Infrastructure Manager speaks to infrastructure manager jobs, what is an infrastructure manager and how to become an infrastructure manager qualifications and duties.
The IM has many responsibilities as listed below.
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Direct the work of outside contractors and consultants as required.
Responsible for on-site construction and tenant improvement activities, coordination of work, technical supervision and compliance with safety procedures, plans and specifications e.g. interior renovations and building maintenance to oversee their overall implementation. Main responsibilities include:
Interfacing with the client.
Reviewing specifications and drawings.
Start-up and monitoring progress of projects to completion.
Financial and technical monitoring and tracking of projects (follow-up and reporting).
Overseeing all aspects of projects, including sub-contractors, consultants.
Commissioning by Infrastructure Manager
Assist the Nexacor Project Manager as required by providing local representation.
Ensuring network reliability at all times by the implementation and full respect of the MOP process.
Responsible for power shutdowns and operation of standby power plants associated with projects.
Managing aspects of risk management and environmental compliance as related to his/her activities.
Assisting the Property Manager for building inspections and various audit as : maintenance on HVAC, electrical distribution, environmental compliances, KFA updates, etc...Identifying all building components where life cycle costing is reached or exceeded and submit associated projects to the Property Manager
Initiating SAR (Situation at risk) when the situation justify it.
Possesses five or more years working experience in building infrastructure operation and maintenance and multiple construction projects.
Possesses a post secondary diploma, DEC or university degree, in mechanic,ingenieering, architecture or project management.
Strong working knowledge of electrical systems.
Strong working knowledge of mechanical systems and multiple construction projects: P Eng, CET or trade licenses.
Possess strong interpersonal, organizational and planning skills.
Have strong working knowledge of Microsoft Office, Word and Excel.
Possess excellent verbal/written communication skills in French and in English.
Available to work flexible hours, attend work sites including traveling to other locations as required.
Must be willing to travel and have a valid driver’s licence.
Building Administration Support
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